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Tom Rollinson

Senior Consultant

Tom Rollinson is a Senior Consultant with Teneo based in the London office.

Tom works within the Strategy team supporting a diverse range of clients across a number of sectors. He has built experience in reputation strategy consulting, strategic communications, narrative development and strategic positioning.

He has worked with a range of high-profile organisations on strategic challenges including McDonald’s, Tesco, Sky and Google since joining Teneo in February 2018. Tom also has experience working on clients within the sports sector, supporting clients in football, cricket and rugby and including a month-long secondment to the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) in Qatar to help deliver the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup™.

Before joining Teneo, Tom worked on a number of shorter projects including assisting on the organisation and coordination of Mercedes-Benz as an official patron of the 2017 Open Championship. Tom obtained a 2:1 BA (Hons) in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from the University of Oxford.